Plein air painting studies - Tiny tin Pochade


It is official! I'm hooked on my tiny tin pochade. It is time to upgrade my supports and try new ones.I'm preparing a batch of linen panels on matboard.It is unbelievable the huge possibility of working and learning so much in such a tiny area.My contact with the great masters original small studies was decisive.Thanks Masters Constable, Boudin and J. Sorolla!
I have already posted here some of these wonderful encounters.
Preparing a batch of linen on matboard panels
Sandra Nunes

Early winter on the Hill
3"x5"
Sandra Nunes

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Cold winter afternoon at the beach

Low temps this week. This afternoon offered a great opportunity to sketch and capture the wet atmosphere at the beach of São Conrado, I intend to develop this composition on a larger format as I am very happy with the result.



Winter afternoon at São Conrado
Sandra Nunes

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Arte de Portas Abertas - Santa Teresa Open Studios

This weekend the district of Santa Teresa will receive thousands of visitors for its Arte de Portas Abertas event.
I will be at Solar Mariano exhibiting some of my recent paintings, if you happen to be in the area, stop by!

Here is the location

See you there!

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My Small Worldwide Studio


 There's no substitute for the feeling of being in the great outdoors walking, hiking, cycling and painting
Plein air painting is challenging but it is a rewarding experience.
I'm sharing with you some of these moments when I paint and draw my way through life.



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